It’s hard to believe that it’s now 2017! Where has 2016 gone? Weren’t we just trying to remember to write 2016? Did you have big plans for this past year? If so, did you accomplish them? I had some, but failed to complete my biggest project. That’s not too surprising, however, when I had to wait for others. But for this blog? I don’t think I ever really planned any goals, but let’s take a look at the events that marked Read Another Page this past year.
We talked about writing in smaller parts instead of trying to edit a novel all at once, and I introduced you to my best writing friend: NEO. If you are a serious writer, or even a writer who has to share a computer or something like that, I’d encourage you to give NEO a try!
I answered questions about using CreateSpace. Does anyone have any more questions? Would you like a post with more details about a specific thing I mentioned? Just let me know.
The release of the second Graham Quartet Mystery!
The Graham Quartet and the Mystery of the Day Maid. And I shared my thoughts on what a writer feels like–Sometimes.
That was Summer. My books went on sale, and I hope you read more.
This was also the time this site switched from Blogger to WordPress. If you were following Read Another Page on Blogger, and you haven’t started following the new sight, please, PLEASE follow. 🙂 I’m trying to get 100 followers by the end of this year. So you could help me out. 🙂
That marked the first (and hopefully not the last) blog party! We had five other blogs participating, we shared our Top 5 books in a dozen different genres, and we had a wonderful giveaway! Those of you who joined the party know what fun it was. If you missed out, stick around because there just might be another one . . .
October and November
This was the review month. I gave reviews on Christmas books and movies.
During this past year, I also gained new followers, had many people join my email list (though, if you haven’t joined it yet, you might want to as I’m going to start doing some special giveaways this year just for those on my mailing list), and have learned a lot about blogging on WordPress.
And now it’s the New Year. I actually set goals for this blog this year, and you can help me attain those goals if you will. 🙂 I’m trying to get 100 blog followers before the end of the year, and I’m trying to get 200 email subscribers before the end of the year as well. So, if you haven’t followed or signed up, please go do so right now. 🙂 I’d be so happy if you did. 🙂
This year looks as busy as last year, but hopefully it will be more productive with more books published, more audio books produced, more informative and helpful blog posts, and some fun giveaways and maybe a party or two. 🙂
So Happy New Year! Did you set goals for this year? What plans do you have for January?